TAMPA, Fla. -- Buccaneers running backs Charles Sims and Jacquizz Rodgers?returned to practice Wednesday.Sims has been on injured reserve since suffering a knee injury in Week 4, but he has been designated as the teams player to return from IR. The Buccaneers have 21 days to decide?whether to activate Sims and add him to the 53-man roster.Rodgers has missed the last three games with a foot sprain.Both players participated in agility and ball-security drills during the 30-minute portion of practice that was open to the media Wednesday.?Great to have those guys out there. Weve been razor-thin at halfback here for a month, coach Dirk Koetter said. In warm-ups, that was the longest line in history -- those guys werent even getting tired, there were so many halfbacks out there.A league source said Rodgers?could have practiced last week, but the team is approaching this extremely cautiously and he probably wont play this week.The Bucs started four different running backs in the first eight games of the season, the first time that happened since the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers?in 2014, according to ESPN Stats & Info.The last time the Bucs had started four running backs in eight games was 2007 with Cadillac Williams, Earnest Graham, Michael Bennett and Michael Pittman, according to ESPN Stats & Info.The Bucs began the season with Mike James being waived/injured (he has since returned) and Doug Martin suffering a hamstring injury in Week 2 that forced him to miss six weeks. Then both Sims and Rodgers suffered their injuries. Antone Smith went to IR with a knee injury.Martin, the starter, had 24 carries Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs for 63 rushing yards and tacked on three catches for 42 receiving yards.The Bucs face one of the top-ranked defenses this week in the Seattle Seahawks and at 5-5 are one game behind the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC South. Cheap NFL Jerseys China . While hell be dialed in to that tournament on a course he loves, you can forgive him if his eyes glance down the calendar just a bit, towards April. NFL Jerseys China . -- Chicago Bears cornerback Tim Jennings was selected Monday to his second straight Pro Bowl, while guard Kyle Long made it after a solid rookie season. http://www.cheapjerseysapp.com/ . The Barrie Colts defenceman, who impressed many with his play for Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championship, is the top-ranked skater in the February rankings. He has 19 goals and 24 assists for 43 points in 45 games with the Colts this season. Authentic Jerseys Cheap . 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Back-to-back doubles by the pair put the Jays on the scoreboard in the fourth inning, and they were back at it in the fifth following Arencibias two-run homer for a 4-3 lead. "We were able to put some good at-bats," said Arencibia. "Their starters got pretty good stuff and throws hard. Edwin hitting that ball gives us some breathing room, makes the game, definitely not easier but definitely makes it a little more relaxing." Arencibia said it helped to see Gausmans arsenal after the first at-bat. The Orioles drafted the 22-year-old righty fourth overall last year, and he came into the game with just 13 games of pro experience and no appearances above double-A. Gausman (0-1) was effective early on the strength of a fastball that touched 98 miles per hour, but he lasted just five innings after surrendering four earned runs on seven hits with five strikeouts and two walks. Arencibias homer off Gausman put Toronto ahead for good. The Blue Jays catcher said he hoped it was a sign the team wont break so easily when trailing against opponents. "I think that weve shown some confidence. It just wasnt going the way we needed it to go. ... This game, its a game of failure. So everyones not going to be on their best every night. So everyone just to try to chip in and try to squeeze as many runs as we can." There was no doubting Torontos confidence after Encarnacion hit the teams first grand slam of the season into the left-field foul net off reliever Pedro Strop in the sixth inning. Encarnacion matched Arencibia with four RBIs each for the Blue Jays (20-27). Baltimore (25-22) looked to go on an early run after a two-run double by Manny Machado and the major-league leading 15th homer of the season by Orioles first baseman Chris Davis. But Morrow (2-3) rolled with the hits and gave Torontos offence time to rally. The right-hander looked in control until the eighth inning when he gave up back-to-back homers. He finished the game with a season-high six earned runs allowed on 10 hits, with five strikeouts and a walk. "I fell in a good rhythm and was rolling pretty good through there," said Morrow. "Kind of had my sight set on finishing the game. Its frustrating for me to go out give up the two home runs without ggetting an out there in the eighth.dddddddddddd Its a good win, but it put a sour taste in my mouth." Morrow also struggled whenever Machado was at the plate. The Orioles star third baseman hit three doubles off Morrow and leads baseball with 21 on the season. Morrow wasnt all that bothered by it after the game. "Well, I mean, he just scored once right? Wasnt all that bad," he said. Gausman meanwhile didnt seem as though hed taken a loss. He won praise from both teams managers on a night he said hed been waiting for his whole life. "Definitely a learning experience for me but it was awesome. It was everything I could have imagined and more," said Gausman. The game turned contentious in the sixth inning when Colby Rasmuss hit forced Os outfielder Nate McLouth to dive into the left-field stands to make the catch. He went out of view but popped up with the ball in his glove as Blue Jays fans around him waved off the catch. That prompted a drink thrown at McLouth from the stands and a trip to the outfield by the umpires and Baltimore manager Buck Showalter. In the end, Rasmus was ruled out and McLouth stayed in the game. "It just kind of startled me for a second," McLouth said of the tossed drink. "Im not really sure how close it landed. Thats just one person doing something they shouldnt do." Encarnacions grand slam later in the inning put Toronto ahead for good. J.J. Hardy scored in the seventh for Baltimore, which made a game of it in the eighth when Markakis and Jones hit back-to-back home runs off Morrow. The Blue Jays added plenty of insurance in the bottom of the inning. First, Anthony Gose stole home from second base on a passed ball by Os reliever T.J. McFarland for a 9-6 lead. Gose just barely beat the relay and home plate umpire Tony Randazzos safe call prompted another visit from Showalter. "I think that (Gose) could spare some of his speed and give it to me," quipped Arencibia. Encarnacion and Mark DeRosa walked to load the bases before Arencibia knocked in his fourth run of the night. Lawrie followed with a broken bat single to score Encarnacion, and Rasmus hit a sac fly to bring home DeRosa for a 12-6 lead in an inning that saw every Blue Jay hitter visit the plate. Notes: Blue Jays prospect Sean Nolin will make his major league debut Friday. The left-hander was promoted after going 2-0 with a 1.17 earned-run average in three games at double-A New Hampshire. Hell face Orioles righty Chris Tillman (3-2, 3.52 ERA). ... A moment of silence was held prior to the game for former Toronto scout Epy Guerrero, who died at 71 in the Dominican Republic. Guerrero is credited with recruiting Blue Jay greats Tony Fernandez, George Bell and Carlos Delgado. ... Attendance at Rogers Centre was 21,466. 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